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Adrenocortical function in the horse.
Studies related to the metabolism of anabolic steroids in the horse: a gas chromatographic mass spectrometric method to confirm the administration of 19-nortestosterone or its esters to horses.
A method is described to confirm the presence of 19-nortestosterone metabolites in urine after the administration of veterinary preparations of this anabolic steroid to horses. The method is based
The identification of C-18 neutral steroids in normal stallion urine.
Analysis of non-pregnancy urine samples in the present study did not reveal the presence of three C-18 neutral steroids and the isolation of isomers of estrane-3,17-diol from human non-Pregnancy urine has been reported previously.
Identification of an Amylobarbitone Metabolite in Human Urine
AMYLOBARBITONE (5-ethyl-5-(3-methylbutyl) barbituric acid) fed to dogs in doses of 45 mgm. per kgm. has been shown to produce 5-ethyl-5-(3-hydroxy-3-methylbutyl) barbituric acid as the main
A brief history of dope detection in racehorses.
It is said that in Roman times *hydromel, a mixture of water and honey, was used to improve the performance of chariot horses.
Production and properties of antisera to dexamethasone-protein conjugates.
Antibodies to dexamethasone 21-hemisuccinate conjugated to bovine serum albumin were produced in rabbits and the cross-reaction of the antisera with other synthetic and natural corticosteroids was measured.
The detection and identification of synthetic steroids in horse urine
A scheme for the detection of synthetic steroids which could be used in the “doping” of race‐horses is described. The method involves extraction from urine into ethyl acetate: ether (1:1) followed by